AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday directed IIT-Kanpur to file on affidavit its reply in which it denied changing the rules for the evaluation of JEE (Advanced) papers, a day after the exam was held on May 20.

The exam’s organising chairman today told the high court, in response to a petition, that rules to evaluate the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced papers have not been changed.

The court of Justice R M Chhaya, however, asked the organising chairman to file the reply on affidavit by June 26.

Three candidates, Anurag Jha, Chandni Tomar and Rajesh Rai, had filed a petition through their lawyer Rahul Sharma, challenging the “arbitrary changes” brought about in the marking scheme for evaluation of answers a day after the…

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